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Response to philosslayer (Reply #18)

Sat Oct 29, 2016, 09:03 PM

30. Comey had told members of Congress under oath something that now may

not be true. I don't see that he had the right, once he knew his testimony was false, not to correct the record. I believe he had been specifically asked if they would be informed if something changed, and said they would.

Comey didn't release this to the press - a member of Congress or a staff member must have.

This may well be a nothingburger for everyone except Huma, because she supposedly said she had turned over everything, and now it seems like that wasn't true. THAT is serious, but it probably depends on context and whether she got immunity and what that immunity covered.



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